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consultant , Museum administrator

Randolph Joseph Davis, museum administrator, consultant. Museum studies Washington. Member of American Association of Museum (associate).

Background

Davis, Randolph Joseph was born on June 13, 1972 in Annapolis, Maryland, United States. Son of Joseph James and Barbara Gail Davis.

Education

Master of Arts, George Washington University, Washington, 2004.

Career

Interpreter Pamplin History Park and National Museum of the Civil War Soldier, Petersburg, Virginia, 1999—2000. Curator Loudoun Museum, Leesburg, 2000—2003. Site manager Roger Brooke Taney House History Society of Frederick County, Frederick, Maryland, 2003—2004.

Senior curator of education, interpretation, and vols. Baltimore & Ohio ready reckoner Museum, Baltimore, 2004—2005. Analyst military history collections LGB & Associates, Fairfax, Virginia, since 2005.

Indiana curator, Baltimore, since 1999. Independent tailor, Baltimore, since 1984.

Achievements

  • Museum studies Washington.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (exhibition catalog) The Road to Antietam Creek: Lee, Loudoun, and the Invasion of Maryland, 1862. Contributor exhibit, museum collections guide. Curator (exhibition) The Documentary Portraiture of Jim Jocoy: 1978-2005.

Membership

Member of American Association of Museum (associate).

Connections

father:
Joseph James

mother:
Barbara Gail Davis